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Coastal bird survey highlights key risk areas for oil spills
Posted on 16 April 2019
 
http://www.gw.govt.nz/coastal-bird-survey-highlights-key-risk-areas-for-oil-spills/

Workshop held to improve flood warning processes

Posted on 15 April 2019

Greater Wellington Regional Council is among a dedicated group working to create effective flood warning processes after a report showed flood awareness and preparedness in the region needs improvement.

Workshop held to improve flood warning processes
Posted on 15 April 2019
Greater Wellington Regional Council is among a dedicated group working to create effective flood warning processes after a report showed flood awareness and preparedness in the region needs improvement.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/workshop-held-to-improve-flood-warning-processes/

Council receives milestone document on cleaning up waterways in the Porirua catchment and Harbour

Posted on 12 April 2019

Positive steps towards a programme for cleaning up Porirua’s waterways and harbour have been taken with the presentation, to Greater Wellington Regional Council, of Te Awarua-o-Porirua Whaitua Implementation Programme (WIP).

Council receives milestone document on cleaning up waterways in the Porirua catchment and Harbour
Posted on 12 April 2019
Positive steps towards a programme for cleaning up Porirua’s waterways and harbour have been taken with the presentation, to Greater Wellington Regional Council, of Te Awarua-o-Porirua Whaitua Implementation Programme (WIP).
http://www.gw.govt.nz/council-receives-milestone-document-on-cleaning-up-waterways-in-the-porirua-catchment-and-harbour/

Greater Wellington acts on coastal erosion at Queen Elizabeth Park

Posted on 10 April 2019

As coastal erosion becomes more and more pressing for many of our councils, Greater Wellington is facing up to the issue in Kapiti’s Queen Elizabeth Park, proposing a 40-metre erosion buffer zone along its southern coast to protect assets and allow natural marine processes to take place.

Greater Wellington acts on coastal erosion at Queen Elizabeth Park
Posted on 10 April 2019
As coastal erosion becomes more and more pressing for many of our councils, Greater Wellington is facing up to the issue in Kapiti’s Queen Elizabeth Park, proposing a 40-metre erosion buffer zone along its southern coast to protect assets and allow natural marine processes to take place.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/greater-wellington-acts-on-coastal-erosion-at-queen-elizabeth-park/